Actions speak louder than words. Personally I know that many JW's recycle, they prefer to purchase energy saving appliances, ride bikes instead of drive a car, conscientiously try to conserve water and be careful about littering and dumping contaminated things where they don't belong. Why would they do that if they didn't care? On top of that, as the article mentions, most of our new buildings are "green" .
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That would depend on what Rutherford’s thoughts were. Personally, I don’t see modern Israel anything but an inclusion to the wide prospect Jesus ultimately made to include the Gentiles, meaning, all the tribes of Israel’s ancestry.
However, Just like Russell having sympathy to the troubles of the Jews in his time, Rutherford could have been making a determination on how society in general still looked upon the legitimacy of the Jewish nation once again.
Within Rutherford’s works, that